We’re really proud and inspired by our support worker Mary Casson’s cancer fight and unwavering dedication and commitment she has shown to our residents during her cancer treatment.
Whilst receiving chemotherapy, and managing its effects, Mary focused her attention on developing her autism knowledge and skills by completing and passing two courses, Level 2 Certificate in Understanding Autism and How To Plan Care Home Activities.
Mary Casson, support worker at Goldcrest House says: “Having cancer has certainly given me plenty of time to plan ahead and think about my future in social care. I’m so very eager to get back to some form of normality but with a renewed focus. It’s extremely important to me to be able to develop my skills and knowledge and support the people whom I really enjoy working with, the residents and colleagues at Goldcrest House.”
Trish Patrickson, registered manager at Goldcrest House says: “Mary’s commitment during this very challenging time in her life is commendable. We are all inspired by her strength and positivity which is why I am very happy to support Mary now and in the future to develop her role within Goldcrest House.”